October 14, 2017

Friday the 13th turned out to be a frightening experience for Beavercreek, as Springfield routed the Beavers 64-28, handing the Beavs their third straight loss.  During Beavercreek’s five-game winning streak to begin the season, the Beavers’ defense was dominant.  But for the second straight week, the defense was unable to get stops.  Beavercreek has allowed 112 points over the past two games, more than the Beavers allowed in their first six games to start the season.  Springfield got out to an early 24-0 lead in the first half, but the Beavers looked as if they may be back in the game after scoring two quick touchdowns to begin the second half, but the Wildcats answered by scoring twice more in the third quarter and four touchdowns in the fourth quarter.  The 64 points scored by Springfield is the most scored against a Beavercreek team in over a dozen years.

Drew Nanda lead the Beavers’ rushing attack with 101 yards, with Kaden Wenger adding 65 yards and two scores.  The Beavers will look to end their three-game slide when they return home for “Senior Night” to face Miamisburg on Friday night.